Soaring Sounds of Majestic Antiquity

Soaring Sounds of Majestic Antiquity

Product Description

An organ to be heard at the 2007 OHS National Convention, this J. W. Steere organ was built for First Presbyterian Church, Franklin, Indiana in 1912 and rechambered in the same room with added upperwork and mutations, new chestwork and a new console by Goulding & Wood in 1988.

David Kevin Lamb presents a varied program of familiar works, as well as newer compositions to ably demonstrate the resources of the organ.

DUBOIS: Grand Choeur ARNE: Flute Solo LANG: Tuba Tune BACH: Fantasie & Fugue in g; Prelude & Fugue in G; Arioso from Cantata 156; Vor Deinen Thron Tret Ich Heirmit BÉDARD: Andantino, Variations on Sine Nomine MENDELSSOHN: Sonata III in A BREWER: Marche Heroique CAMPRA: Rigaudon GUILMANT: Marche Religieuse, Op. 15, No. 2 VIERNE: Allegro Vivace, Final from Symphony No. 1